Balancing work and family

It’s back-to-school time!

It’s back-to-school time!

Vacation time is just about over and with September and back-to-school time, the routine is back in our daily family-work activities. Are you ready? Do you need tips?

August 24, 2020
Work: How to set your limits

Work: How to set your limits

Do you love your job? Great! But does it take too much space in your life? Maybe. Here are a few tips to help manage your professional and your personal life. It’s possible!

November 11, 2019
Social media: a virtual happy hour!

Social media: a virtual happy hour!

Looking for a new job ? Being active on social networks is a great way to be seen, as long as you take good care of your e-reputation!

February 23, 2014
So you want to move to the country?

So you want to move to the country?

The idea of moving to the countryside to work and live has been bothering you for years but leaving your city is a big move. Would it be good for you?

July 9, 2012
Skills: a 360° look

Skills: a 360° look

Do you think that skills demonstrated at work are the only ones that count? Think again! Here is a 360° to discover your full potential.

May 16, 2012
Manager? Me?

Manager? Me?

Are you thinking about being in command? Is this kind of responsibility suitable for you? The truth of the matter.

March 16, 2012
Work-life balance

Work-life balance

The term "work-life balance" has a bad ring to it and causes many sighs! Yet, by definition, balance means “to be equal or proportionate to”. Want to try?

June 26, 2011
Skills list 2010

Skills list 2010

With globalization and the increasing shortages in the workforce, the labour market is in constant evolution. What are the most sought-after skills in 2010?

November 12, 2010

This week
COVID-19 - Parents are heroes too!

Being a parent during this pandemic is not easy. You are all living different situations and you all have your own challenges and fears. But you also all have something in common: you are your children’s heroes!

Pregnancy a trimester at a time

It was previously believed that musculoskeletal pain associated with pregnancy was an integral part of the changes that women face. We now know that these discomforts can be prevented and mitigated.

Last time my breastfeeding experience went poorly - this time I want it to be different

Unfortunately, we still read and hear about moms who had a really difficult time breastfeeding with their first baby. This could involve anything from not mastering breastfeeding in the first few days to ongoing breastfeeding problems or worries about low milk supply.

Learning to ride a bicycle

You can imagine your hand leaving his bicycle in slow motion and sending him to… a fall? Of course not! You are offering him freedom… it is indeed a big day!